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    Cool Steinway Wish List

    Maybe this thread will serve our needs

    1) Volume Control
    2) Full control on Velocity curve (as used with pianoteq)

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    Re: Steinway Wish List

    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger View Post
    Maybe this thread will serve our needs

    1) Volume Control
    2) Full control on Velocity curve (as used with painoteq)
    What do you mean by "Full control of Velocity curve?" I'm not familiar with pianoteq.

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    Thumbs up Re: Steinway Wish List

    yes your right on . I find this feature extremely useful since we all have different controllers and we all play with a different touch the volume control would be needed here to adjust for the loss. Aside this I have no complaints its a wonderful product

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    Re: Steinway Wish List

    As far as velocity curve, I don't have a problem using third party software such as Velocity Curve Changer: http://www.trombettworks.com/velocity.php

    along with MIDI Yoke.


    Also, the DRY slider works for me as a volume control slider.

    What I would really want in the update would be for the sostenuto and proportional pedalling to work properly. With that, I would be a happy man.

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    Re: Steinway Wish List

    Quote Originally Posted by electone2007 View Post
    As far as velocity curve, I don't have a problem using third party software such as Velocity Curve Changer: http://www.trombettworks.com/velocity.php

    along with MIDI Yoke.

    I have tried it and it works great!
    Halvor


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    Cool Re: Steinway Wish List

    looks good but I use a mac for this product

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    Re: Steinway Wish List

    Here's another one:

    I think I read somewhere that the dynamic range of the recordings was reduced for the final product.

    I'd like the full dynamic range, please...maybe include a limiter on the interface that users can adjust themselves.

    Thanks!

  8. #8

    Re: Steinway Wish List

    Actually the Steinway has full dynamic range - you might be confusing this with us reducing the default output volume to accommodate the full dynamic range without clipping.
    By the way thanks everyone for the suggestions.

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    Re: Steinway Wish List

    It has full dynamic range? I thought I read that somewhere...Ok, that's great. Maybe its my system that needs some tweaking.

  10. #10

    Re: Steinway Wish List

    I would like the ability to press a key without sounding (to engage the sympathetic resonance). I've written a recent work that uses this technique, but I had to jump through a few hoops to fake the effect.

    Also the reason the "dry" slider does not make a good volume control is:
    1. It is connected to the ambiance module, which may be turned off
    2. It has very limited range and granularity
    3. There is no visual number value, making it hard to undo adjustments or match levels between instances and songs.
    - Jamie Kowalski

    All Hands Music - Kowalski on the web
    The Ear Is Always Correct - Writings on composition

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